Explore our 40 years of history in sustainability
Financially supported Elms Across Europe in tree planting and the launch of The Conservation Foundation in Essex, UK.
Launched our corporate responsibility committee.
Implemented our Design for Environmental Quality Program (DfEQ), created to incorporate environmental considerations into the design process of our products and solutions.
Pitney Bowes first participates in the EPA's WasteWise Initiative, a voluntary program to minimize waste generation.
Increased recycle and solid waste reduction in US facilities, leading to EPA WasteWise Partner of the Year award from 1997–2003.
Avoided 267,480 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, which has the same effect as removing 49,354+ cars from the road.
Released environmentally responsible patents as part of the Eco-Patent Commons with IBM, Nokia, Sony and The World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
Purchased RECs, which resulted in over 193,754,000 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy.
Implemented the Interfacility Reusable Gaylord Program to leverage reusable gaylords.
Opened the Super Center in Greenwood, IN, incorporating 63 robots that perform automated put-away and picking, designed to operate with minimal power and function in minimal lighting.
Promoted remote work environments, reducing commute miles by close to 5 million.
Reduced plastic usage by 20%.
Reduced 300,000 miles of driving and saved over 30,000 gallons of fuel by using route optimization software.
Plan to offset 20% of energy consumption through renewable energy by 2025.
Named one of America’s Most Responsible Companies by Newsweek.